A small camera below the stop arm on a school bus that is expected to catch motorists who pass the bus while the stop arm is extended. The cameras were introduced during a press conference where Wake Co. Public School Transportation officials demonstrated the stop arm cameras at the school bus facility on Rock Quarry Rd. in Raleigh on April 9, 2015. A second camera is above the arm and a third camera is at the top back of the bus. In 2013, the N.C. General Assembly provided $1.38 million to expand the stop arm camera program for school buses statewide.
A small camera below the stop arm on a school bus that is expected to catch motorists who pass the bus while the stop arm is extended. The cameras were introduced during a press conference where Wake Co. Public School Transportation officials demonstrated the stop arm cameras at the school bus facility on Rock Quarry Rd. in Raleigh on April 9, 2015. A second camera is above the arm and a third camera is at the top back of the bus. In 2013, the N.C. General Assembly provided $1.38 million to expand the stop arm camera program for school buses statewide. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
A small camera below the stop arm on a school bus that is expected to catch motorists who pass the bus while the stop arm is extended. The cameras were introduced during a press conference where Wake Co. Public School Transportation officials demonstrated the stop arm cameras at the school bus facility on Rock Quarry Rd. in Raleigh on April 9, 2015. A second camera is above the arm and a third camera is at the top back of the bus. In 2013, the N.C. General Assembly provided $1.38 million to expand the stop arm camera program for school buses statewide. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com

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